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The pampering continues in the dining room with buffet breakfasts and lunches and four-course dinners that blend continental and Chilean cuisine.

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Dining Room

Offering international and local cuisine, the dining room features floor-to-ceiling window, allowing guests to watch the scenery of the Amazonia and its shores go by whilst enjoying their meal.


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A major part of the Australis experience is an abundance of knowledge available at your fingertips, during every one of our Southern Patagonia cruise itineraries. This can be thanks to either our onboard library of interesting and informative books written about the region, or the regular seminars, lectures and presentations that take place courtesy of Australis’ expert naturalist guides. They are the best in the business, and will walk you through Patagonia’s geography, glaciology, ice fields, birdlife, marine mammals, Penguin and Sea Lion∘ colonies, flora and endemic species, the seasons, history and challenges facing this fragile part of the world. Our advice is to make the most of this priceless opportunity, and return home tooled up with a first-hand understanding of what makes southernmost Patagonia just so special.

Observation Deck

Featuring a full service bar, lounge chairs, and comfortable seating, the Observation deck has both covered and open areas.


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Reading Room

This beautifully decorated room features floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing guests to gaze at the Amazonian scenery whilst enjoying a good read.



The spectacularly beautiful landscapes of southern Patagonia are known for their varied and dramatic geography, huge glaciers, native forests and uniquely adapted wildlife that can be seen while aboard an Australis ship, though also during our amazing on-land excursions. You’ll have the chance to witness Sea Lions, Beavers, Whales, Dolphins and a huge variety of bird species∘ such as Gulls, Terns, Giant Petrels, Cormorants, Albatrosses, Ducks and Condors, plus one of the largest Penguin colonies in the southern hemisphere. Everything that Tierra del Fuego has to offer can be seen up close from our nimble Zodiac boats, or during a huge range of interesting guide-led hikes and gentle walks through the most southernly forests on earth, along the coast or even right up to the imposing façade of a glacier.

Health and fitness

Please note: There are no health/fitness facilities on board Stella Australis.

Kids and teens

Please note: There are no dedicated children's facilities on board Stella Australis.


There are 100 Stella Australis spacious cabins consisting of six categories, all with cozy beds, full bathrooms and panoramic views of the Patagonian∘ nature unfolding outside.

Lower & Upper Deck Cabins

There are three Double cabins with a queen-sized bed, and eleven Twin cabins with two single beds available on the ship. The Twin beds can be pushed together to create a queen-sized bed should you need to. There is also one Triple cabin available, with three single beds.

All cabins feature windows overlooking the Amazonia, as well as a desk, wardrobe, chest of drawers, dresser, and reading light.

The private ensuite available in each of the cabins include towels, soap, shampoo, slippers and bathrobes. Hairdryers are also available upon request.

Deck plans

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Observation Deck

  • Reading Lounge
  • Bar
  • Covered Observation Deck
  • Open Observation Deck & Platform
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Upper Deck

  • Dining Room
  • Cabins
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Main Deck

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